From: Jelks Cabaniss <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2002 01:17:13 -0500 To: <email@example.com> Message-ID: <000d01c1ba9f$6b8f89e0$ 6501a8c0@blackie>
Vadim Plessky wrote:
For example, I doubt that web-enabled Refrigerator wil be > ever able to render HTMl (or CSS) tables. And, obviously, > I see no reason why you may want to use Tables for the page > displayed on your refrigerator (or microwave owen) Current Inventory Quantity Item Status Reorder -------- ------------- --------- ------- 4 liters Vodka OK 1 liters Orange Juice 2 wks old Yes 2 heads lettuce OK 1 Salmon Rotten Yes ... /Jelks
Received on Thursday, 21 February 2002 01:17:39 GMT
Procrastinators rejoice: Google has given its guitar "doodle" a permanent home.
The homepage logo, posted Thursday in honor of the late guitarist Les Paul's 96th birthday, features a six-string guitar that can be strummed with a mouse (or a fingertip, for those on laptops). The musically inclined with time to kill can also record 30-second songs.
The doodle -- Google's term for its homepage logos, which usually last a day -- proved so popular that the company brought it back Friday for round two. In the afternoon, the tech giant gave the instrument a home for good.
"Good news for Les Paul fans: his doodle now has a permanent home, so you can keep playing." Google announced over Twitter.
Go to YouTube to check out songs recorded and posted by Google users with amazingly dexterous hands and a knack for strumming with a mouse. Les Paul died in 2009 at age 94 -- if he were still around, even he might be impressed.
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